Kyle Jamieson Dropped Out of Trent Bridge Test 2022 Due to Injury

Kyle Jamieson Dropped Out of Trent Bridge Test 2022 Due to Injury

The regular captain of the team Kane Williamson is not playing in this match due to corona attack. This time the Kiwis had to hear new bad news in the middle of the test. Kyle Jamieson has been ruled out of the ongoing Trent Bridge Test 2022 due to Injury. The tall pacer is not playing the rest of the time due to injury.

The second Test of the series between England and New Zealand is underway at Nottingham’s Trent Bridge. The New Zealand team heard bad news before the start of the match.  During the third day of the match on Sunday, Jamieson informed the team management that he got injured during his 16th over.

The pacer said he was feeling pain in his lower back. As a result, he went out of the field with three balls in the over. This pacer was taken under observation. At the end of that observation, it was reported that Jamieson would no longer be able to play in the ongoing Tests.

At the same time MRI scan of Jamieson has been done. The results of that scan have not yet been found. After getting that, it can be confirmed what problem the 26-year-old cricketer is suffering from.

In the Trent Bridge Test, Jamieson bowled a total of 16.3 overs. However, this right-handed pacer could not take advantage of much. He has spent 6 runs including 3 maidens. Economy rate 4. Which doesn’t exactly match the test.

Meanwhile, on the fourth day of the match, England were all out for 539 runs in 128.2 overs on Monday. At the end of the first innings, the visiting New Zealand got a lead of 14 runs. The team started batting with that. Earlier, the Black Caps were all out for 553 in their first innings.

 


 

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